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Umwelt Produktdeklaration Name des Herstellers – Name des Produkts ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCT DECLARATION as per /ISO 14025/ and /EN 15804/ Owner of the Declaration Amorim Revestimentos Programme holder Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V. (IBU) Publisher Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V. (IBU) Declaration number EPD-AMO-20170165-IAD1-EN Issue date 28.06.2018 Valid to 27.06.2023 Vinyl on Cork Flooring Floating Amorim Revestimentos S. A. www.ibu-epd.com / https://epd-online.com
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  • Umwelt Produktdeklaration Name des Herstellers – Name des Produkts

    ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCT DECLARATIONas per /ISO 14025/ and /EN 15804/

    Owner of the Declaration Amorim Revestimentos

    Programme holder Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V. (IBU)

    Publisher Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V. (IBU)

    Declaration number EPD-AMO-20170165-IAD1-EN

    Issue date 28.06.2018

    Valid to 27.06.2023

    Vinyl on Cork Flooring Floating Amorim Revestimentos S. A.

    www.ibu-epd.com / https://epd-online.com

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    1. General Information

    Amorim Revestimentos S. A. Vinyl on Cork Flooring FloatingProgramme holderIBU - Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V.Panoramastr. 110178 BerlinGermany

    Owner of the DeclarationAmorim Revestimentos, S.A. Rua do Ribeirinho, nº 202Apartado 134536 - 907 S. Paio OleirosPortugal

    Declaration numberEPD-AMO-20170165-IAD1-EN

    Declared product / Declared unit1 m2 of Vinyl on Cork Flooring Floating

    This Declaration is based on the Product Category Rules:Floor coverings, 07.2016 (PCR tested and approved by the SVR)

    Issue date28.06.2018

    Valid to27.06.2023

    Scope:The data on which the Life Cycle Assessment is based is from the production process of Vinyl on Cork Flooring Floating taking place in both industrial units of Amorim Revestimentos (Oleiros and Lourosa). The data used is from both industrial units and is referred to the year of 2016. The owner of the declaration shall be liable for the underlying information and evidence; the IBU shall not be liable with respect to manufacturer information, life cycle assessment data and evidences.Verification

    The CEN Norm /EN 15804/ serves as the core PCRIndependent verification of the declaration

    according to /ISO 14025/Prof. Dr.-Ing. Horst J. Bossenmayer(President of Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V.) internally x externally

    Dipl. Ing. Hans Peters(Managing Director IBU)

    Patricia Wolf(Independent verifier appointed by SVR)

    2. Product

    2.1 Product description / Product definitionVinyl on Cork Flooring Floating is a type of resilient floor covering and has been especially developed for areas with heavy traffic, such as commercial, business or general public areas. This floor has a unique multilayer structure, which integrates a prime quality core layer of cork, which provides comfort, noise reduction and warmth. An integrated cork underlay reinforces thermal and acoustic properties, resulting in a silent environment and energy cost savings, vinyl designs, providing comfort and durability.

    For the placing on the market of the product in the EU/EFTA (with the exception of Switzerland) Regulation (EU) No. 305/2011 (CPR) applies. The product needs a Declaration of Performance taking into consideration /EN 14041: 2004/AC:2006 Resilient, textile and laminate floor coverings - Essential

    characteristics/ and the CE-marking. For the application and use the respective national provisions apply.

    2.2 ApplicationVinyl on Cork Flooring Floating has a high-performance surface layer and has been specially developed for areas with heavy traffic, such as commercial, business or general public areas. This flooring product meets the requirements of the usage classes 33 for commercial use and 23 for domestic use according to /ISO 10874/ standard. Class 33 products are suitable for commercial areas with heavy traffic.

    2.3 Technical DataRelevant technical construction data for the product is referred in the following table.Name Value Unit

    Product thickness nominal +/- 0,25 mm

    Abrasion Class NA -

    Product Form1220 x 185 x

    10,5 mm-

    Type of manufacture NA -Yarn type NA -Pile fibre composition - %Total carpet weight NA g/m2

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    Surface pile thickness NA mmNumber of tufts or loops NA pce/dm2Surface pile weight NA g/m2Secondary backing NA -Thickness of the element NA mmLength of the surface layer NA mmWidth of the surface layer NA mmLength and width of squared elements - mmDensity - kg/m3Layer thickness (Top layer) >= 0,55 mmSquareness /ISO 24346/ ≤ 0,50 mmStraightness measured at the surface layer /ISO 24342/ ≤ 0,30

    Flatness of the panel (Length - Concave / Convex) /EN 14085/ Annex A

    ≤ 0,50 / ≤ 1,0 %

    Flatness of the panel (Width - Concave / Convex) /EN 14085/ Annex A

    ≤ 0,10 / ≤ 0,15 %

    Openings between panels /EN 14085/ Annex B < 0,20 mm

    Height difference between panels /EN 14085/ Annex B < 0,20 mm

    Dimensional stability (humidity) /EN 669/ Annex C ≤ 5 %

    Mass per unit area /ISO 23997/

    Nominal value

    (10150) - 10 % + 13%

    g/m^2

    Wearing Group /EN 660-2/ Wear group TFv

    (mm^3)

    Thickness of wear layer (Wear group T) /ISO 24340/ ≥ 0,55

    mm (Nominal value)

    Castor chair /EN 425/

    No disturbance to

    the surface other than a slight

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    no delamination shall

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    Visual effect after

    25.000 cycles

    Simulated movement of a furniture leg /EN 424/

    No damage shall be visible after

    testing with a type 2 foot

    Visual effect

    Residual indentation /ISO 24343-1/ ≤ 0,15 mm

    The Performance data of the product is in accordance with the Declaration of Performance with respect to its Essential Characteristics according to /EN 14041: 2004/AC:2006 Resilient, textile and laminate floor coverings - Essential characteristics/.

    2.4 Delivery statusThe dimensions of rectangular panels of Vinyl on Cork Flooring Floating are declared in the following table.

    The layers composing Vinyl on Cork Flooring Floating are shown in the following table.

    2.5 Base materials / Ancillary materials The primary product components and materials of the product are indicated as a percentage mass in the following table.

    2.6 ManufactureGeneral flow production of Vinyl on Cork Flooring Floating is represented in the following graphic.

    The manufacturing process of the flooring product begins by assembling the layers of agglomerate cork layer, backing cork layer and HDF, using a cold-melt adhesive. Then these components are blended with LVT, using a hot-melt adhesive. The resulting board is then cut into the defined dimensions and is now ready for packaging and storage.

    2.7 Environment and health during manufacturing

    During the production process the environmental and health aspects are considered.Air: The emission of particles and pollutants are collected in filter systems and the levels are below the permissible limits.Water: The product requires a low water consumption that is totally treated in an Industrial Waste Water

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    Treatment Plant (IWWTP).Noise: Noise resulting from operation during the production process is below the permissible limits.

    2.8 Product processing/InstallationIn order to install the product, a mohair roller, pressure roller, tape measure, craft knife, pencil, straight edge, chalk line, cloth and a rubber hammer are needed. More information on installing the flooring product can be found on the manufacturer’s website.

    2.9 PackagingResilient floor coverings are delivered in packages designed to protect the corners, edges and surfaces of the product, under normal conditions of transport and handling (compliant with /EN 13329/).Product planks are laid in cardboard boxes, wrapped in packaging film and placed on wooden pallets, secured by plastic straps. These packaging materials can be collected separately and recycled.Pallets can either be re-used (Euro pallets) or recycled as wood.

    2.10 Condition of useVinyl on Cork Flooring Floating products contain a significant amount of natural renewable raw materials, meaning that they have stored about 10,88 kg CO2/m² of product resulting from photosynthesis.

    2.11 Environment and health during useThe following table indicates the information about safety properties.

    2.12 Reference service lifeThe expected service life of the product was determined based on empirical experience of the manufacturer, considering the different use classes, according to /ISO 10874/. The following table indicates the expected service life for domestic, commercial and industrial uses.

    Influences on ageing when applied in accordance with the rules of technology.

    2.13 Extraordinary effects

    FireFire performance according to /EN 13501 – 1/ (building products) of Vinyl on Cork Flooring Floating is Bfl-s1.

    WaterThere are no environmental impacts on water identified in the use stage of the product since the product is mainly composed of natural materials that are not hazardous to water masses.

    Mechanical destructionThere is no potential harm to health and environment known resulting from mechanical destruction of the product.

    2.14 Re-use phaseThe product is mainly composed by cork, HDF (wood) and luxury vinyl tiles (LVT). LVT layers are made of polyvinylchloride (PVC) and limestone. They can be shredded, granulated or powdered and then re-melted to make a secondary input material. Cork can also be suitable for composting. Waste from this flooring product can be reused in the process as replacement of some of the raw materials. This type of flooring product can also be reused, although its service life is expected to be less than the original warranty from the manufacturer. Regarding energy recovery, cork and PVC can be incinerated in order to produce thermal energy or electricity. However, incineration of PVC generates emissions of chlorine in waste streams, contaminated ash residue and possibly emission of dioxins.

    2.15 DisposalAccording to the /European Waste Catalogue Directive/ the used floor covering can be classified in the main category “17 Construction and Demolition Waste (including road construction)”. Considering the specific constitution of this floor covering, and assuming that the layers cannot be separated at the end of life, the waste code applied is the following:17 09 04 Mixed construction and demolition waste other than those mentioned in 17 09 01, 17 09 02 and 17 09 03These types of waste materials can be recovered according to the /European Waste Framework Directive/.

    2.16 Further informationFurther information can be found in the website of the different brands of the manufacturer Amorim Revestimentos: http://www.wicanders.com/

    3. LCA: Calculation rules

    3.1 Declared UnitThe declared unit is 1 m2 of floor covering with the following characteristics:

    Declared unitName Value UnitDeclared unit 1 m2Conversion factor to 1 kg 0.0985 -

    The EPD is representative of just one product, which can have different thicknesses of the wear layer. For this study, the data on the product with maximum thickness of the wear layer (0,55mm) was used.3.2 System boundaryType of the EPD: cradle to gate. This EPD includes the stage A1-A3 - Production Stage: Includes the production phase of all the products and chemicals used in the product, the transport of these materials

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    from the suppliers to the industrial unit and the production stage of Vinyl on Cork Flooring Floating.

    3.3 Estimates and assumptionsInformation on components and average weight percentage of adhesives was obtained from their technical data sheets.

    3.4 Cut-off criteriaAll available data associated directly to the manufacture of the product was included in the LCA, with the exception of infrastructure and buildings. Hence, the study complies with the cut-off criteria of 1% of renewable and non-renewable primary energy usage and 1% of the total mass of that unit process.

    3.5 Background dataSpecific data was used based on the average production of 2016. For processes which the producer has no influence or specific information on, like the extraction of raw materials, generic data from the following main sources were considered:- /Ecoinvent 2.0/- /Ecoinvent 3.0/- /PRé Consultants/

    3.6 Data qualitySpecific data refers to the production of 2016. Data sets of processes from /Ecoinvent/ database are less

    than 8 years old. Data sets are based on literature and average data from specific industrial units. Regarding geography coverage, whenever possible average European data and Portugal specific energy mix were used. In cases where no average European data was available, the most approximate data set was used.Considering these aspects, the data used in this study is of high quality.

    3.7 Period under reviewThe specific data collected from the manufacturer refer to the year of 2016.

    3.8 AllocationEnergy, water, wastewater and air emissions allocated to this product were determined by the manufacturer, considering the different processes involved in the production of the product. Cork powder resulting from production is reused in the process to produce thermal energy and electricity. Cork shreds are also reused internally in the process.

    3.9 ComparabilityBasically, a comparison or an evaluation of EPD data is only possible if all the data sets to be compared were created according to /EN 15804/ and the building context, respectively the product-specific characteristics of performance, are taken into account. The data sets used are from /Ecoinvent 2.0/ and /Ecoinvent 3.0/. .

    4. LCA: Scenarios and additional technical information

    Not applicable

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    5. LCA: Results

    DESCRIPTION OF THE SYSTEM BOUNDARY (X = INCLUDED IN LCA; MND = MODULE NOT DECLARED)

    PRODUCT STAGECONSTRUCTION PROCESS

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    RESULTS OF THE LCA - ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT: 1 m2 of Vinyl on Cork Flooring FloatingParameter Unit A1-A3

    Global warming potential [kg CO2-Eq.] 3.30E+1Depletion potential of the stratospheric ozone layer [kg CFC11-Eq.] 2.69E-6

    Acidification potential of land and water [kg SO2-Eq.] 2.89E-1Eutrophication potential [kg (PO4)3--Eq.] 3.69E-2

    Formation potential of tropospheric ozone photochemical oxidants [kg ethene-Eq.] 1.23E-2Abiotic depletion potential for non-fossil resources [kg Sb-Eq.] 2.14E-5

    Abiotic depletion potential for fossil resources [MJ] 5.87E+2RESULTS OF THE LCA - RESOURCE USE: 1 m2 of Vinyl on Cork Flooring Floating

    Parameter Unit A1-A3

    Renewable primary energy as energy carrier [MJ] 3.58E+2Renewable primary energy resources as material utilization [MJ] 1.78E+2

    Total use of renewable primary energy resources [MJ] 5.36E+2Non-renewable primary energy as energy carrier [MJ] 4.64E+2

    Non-renewable primary energy as material utilization [MJ] 1.50E+2Total use of non-renewable primary energy resources [MJ] 6.14E+2

    Use of secondary material [kg] 1.77E-1Use of renewable secondary fuels [MJ] 8.62E+0

    Use of non-renewable secondary fuels [MJ] 0.00E+0Use of net fresh water [m³] 1.05E-1

    RESULTS OF THE LCA – OUTPUT FLOWS AND WASTE CATEGORIES: 1 m2 of Vinyl on Cork Flooring Floating

    Parameter Unit A1-A3

    Hazardous waste disposed [kg] 9.22E-1Non-hazardous waste disposed [kg] 4.19E-1

    Radioactive waste disposed [kg] 2.03E+0Components for re-use [kg] 0.00E+0Materials for recycling [kg] 9.17E-2

    Materials for energy recovery [kg] 0.00E+0Exported electrical energy [MJ] 1.80E-3Exported thermal energy [MJ] 2.06E-2

    6. LCA: Interpretation

    In the production of Vinyl on Cork Flooring Floating, the processes with the highest impacts are the production of the agglomerate cork layer, production of backing layer and assembling.Abiotic Depletion (ADP)As for ADP, the component with the highest impacts is the HDF followed by the paper used in packaging. The impacts regarding the HDF are associated to the urea formaldehyde resin in the dataset, necessary to agglomerate the wood fibers, which is linked to the consumption of molybdenite. The impacts related to the kraft paper are linked to the use of zinc in its production.Abiotic Depletion (fossil fuels)The main contribution to ADP fossil fuels are also HDF (associated to assembling stage), followed by the electricity used to produce the backing cork layer and

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    the agglomerate cork layer. Regarding the HDF, the impacts are linked to the use of energy resources to produce the resin and the urea. The electricity impacts are associated as well to the use of fossil fuels to produce energy.Global Warming Potential (GWP)This category is affected negatively mainly by the production of the base layer, backing layer and assembling. This is associated to electricity use and also a bit related to thermal energy used. Electricity impacts are linked to the emission of global warming gases into the atmosphere while burning fossil fuels.Ozone layer Depletion (ODP)Ozone layer depletion is influenced mainly by the same components as the ADP fossil fuels category. Impacts of assembling the layers is related to HDF, due to the release of pollutants during transport of natural gas used in the process. Also, the transport of LVT by boat has a significant impact, due to the amount of petroleum burned as fuel. These pollutants are mainly halons and CFCs that are released in the combustion of the fuels. Regarding the base and backing layer, the impacts are associated to electricity, whose production results in emissions of these pollutants during the combustion process.Photochemical Oxidation (POCP)

    The components/processes with more significant impacts in this category are HDF and electricity in production of base and backing layers. The impacts linked to HDF are linked mainly to the release of Sulphur dioxide, formaldehyde and carbon monoxide in urea formaldehyde resin process and in the combustion of wood chips in the production of HDF. The impacts of electricity are linked to the emission of sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide and methane that are emitted during the combustion of fossil fuels. Acidification Potential (AP)The components/processes with more impact in acidification potential are HDF, electricity in base and backing layer production, and direct emissions from the boiler, namely NOx. The impacts from electricity are linked to the emission of pollutants such as ammonia, sulfur dioxide and sulfuric acid during combustion of fossil fuels. The impacts of HDF are linked to the use of urea in the production process.Eutrophication Potential (EP)EP impacts are due to the direct emissions of pollutants during combustion of cork powder in the boiler and also the HDF and electricity. Regarding the HDF, the impacts are related to the use of melamine and urea. The impacts of electricity are linked to the combustion of hard coal.

    7. Requisite evidence

    This product has been certified according to the GREENGUARD Gold Certification Criteria for Building Products and Interior Finishes.

    (A) Defined to be the total response of measured VOCs falling within the C6 – C16 range, with responses calibrated to a toluene surrogate. Maximum allowable predicted TVOC concentrations for GREENGUARD Gold (0.22 mg/m³) fall in the range of

    0.5 mg/m³ or less, as specified in CDPH Standard Method v1.1.(B) The sum of all measured normal aldehydes from formaldehyde through nonanal, plus benzaldehyde, individually calibrated to a compound specific standard. Heptanal through nonanal are measured via TD/GC/MS analysis and the remaining aldehydes are measured using HPLC/UV analysis.(C) Particle emission requirement only applicable to HVAC Duct Products with exposed surface area in air streams (a forced air test with specific test method) and for wood finishing (sanding) systems.(D) Based on the CA Prop 65 Maximum Allowable Dose Level for inhalation of 3,200 microgram/day and an inhalation rate of 20 m³/day(E) Allowable levels for chemicals not listed are derived from the lower of 1/2 the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) Chronic Reference Exposure Level (CREL) as required per the CDPH/EHLB/Standard Method v1.1 and BIFMA level credit 7.6.2 and 1/100th of the Threshold Limit Value (TLV) industrial work place standard (Reference: American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists, 6500 Glenway, Building D-7, and Cincinnati, OH 45211-4438).ResultsGREENGUARD Certification affirms that representative samples of the products tested meet the criteria of the referenced standard and the requirements of the specific certification program.

    8. References

    The literature referred to in the Environmental Product Declaration must be quoted in full from the following sources. Standards and standards relating to evidence and/or technical features already fully quoted in the EPD do not need to be listed here. Part B of the PCR

    document on which they are based must be referred to.Institut Bauen und UmweltInstitut Bauen und Umwelt e.V., Berlin(pub.):Generation of Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs);

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    General Principlesfor the EPD range of Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V. (IBU), 2013/04www.ibu-epd.de

    /ISO 14025/DIN EN /ISO 14025:2011-10/, Environmental labels and declarations — Type III environmental declarations — Principles and procedures

    /EN 15804//EN 15804:2012-04+A1 2013/, Sustainability of construction works — Environmental Product Declarations — Core rules for the product category of construction products

    PCR 2015, Part A, version 1.4Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V., Königswinter (pub.): Product Category Rules for Construction Products from the range of Environmental Product Declarations of Institut Bauen und Umwelt (IBU), Part A: Calculation Rules for the Life Cycle Assessment and Requirements on the Project ReportRequirements on the Background Report. September 2015 (www.bau-umwelt.de)

    PCR 2015, Part BInstitut Bauen und Umwelt e.V., Königswinter (pub.): PCR Guidance-Texts for Building-Related Products and ServicesFrom the range of Environmental Product Declarations of Institute Construction and Environment e.V. (IBU) Part B: Requirements on the EPD for Floor coveringsJune 2015www.bau-umwelt.de

    Regulation (EU) No 305/2011Regulation (EU) No 305/2011 - Construction Products Regulation (CPR) - lays down harmonised conditions for the marketing of construction products and repealing Council Directive 89/106/EEC Text with EEA relevance

    CEN/TR 14823CEN/TR 14823 - Durability of wood and wood-based products - Quantitative determination of pentachlorophenol in wood - Gas chromatographic methodISO 10874 ISO 10874:2009 - Resilient, textile and laminate floor coverings – Classification

    ISO 23997ISO 23997:2007- Resilient floor coverings -- Determination of mass per unit area

    ISO 24340ISO 24340:2006 - Resilient floor coverings -- Determination of thickness of layers

    ISO 24342ISO 24342:2007 - Resilient and textile floor-coverings -- Determination of side length, edge straightness and squareness of tiles

    ISO 24346ISO 24346:2006 - Resilient floor coverings -- Determination of overall thickness

    BS EN 424

    BS EN 424:1993 - Resilient floor coverings. Determination of the effect of the simulated movement of a furniture leg

    EN 425:2002EN 425:2002 - resilient and laminate floor coverings. Castor chair test

    EN 660-2:1999EN 660-2:1999 - Resilient floor coverings. Determination of wear resistance. Frick-Taber test

    EN 669EN 669:1998 - Resilient floor coverings. Determination of dimensional stability of linoleum tiles caused by changes in atmospheric humidity

    EN 13329EN 13329:2000 - Laminate floor coverings. Specifications, requirements and test methods

    EN 13501-1EN13501-1:2007:Fire classification of construction products and building elements-Part1: Classification using data from reaction to fire tests

    EN 13893EN 13893:2002 - Resilient, laminate and textile floor coverings. Measurement of dynamic coefficient of friction on dry floor surfaces

    EN 14041EN 14041:2004 - Resilient, textile and laminate floor coverings – Essential characteristics

    EN 14085EN 14085:2010 - Resilient floor coverings - Specification for floor panels for loose laying

    EN 16449:2014EN 16449:2014 - Wood and wood-based products. Calculation of the biogenic carbon content of wood and conversion to carbon dioxide

    EN 1815EN 1815:1998 - Resilient and textile floor coverings. Assessment of static electrical propensity

    DIN EN 717-1DIN EN 717-1:2005 - Wood-based panels - Determination of formaldehyde release - Part 1: Formaldehyde emission by the chamber method

    ISO 24343-1:2007ISO 24343-1:2007 - Resilient and laminate floor coverings -- Determination of indentation and residual indentation -- Part 1: Residual indentation

    Ecoinvent version 2.0Ecoinvent version 2.0, ecoinvent, 2007

    Ecoinvent version 3.0Ecoinvent version 3.0, ecoinvent, May 2013

    European Waste Catalogue DirectiveEuropean Waste Catalogue (EWC) (Commission Decision 94/3/EC)

    European Waste Framework Directive

    http://www.bau-umwelt.de

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    Waste Framework Directive (WFD) (2008/98/EC)

    Pré-ConsultantsPré-Consultants B.V.

  • PublisherInstitut Bauen und Umwelt e.V.Panoramastr. 110178 BerlinGermany

    Tel +49 (0)30 3087748- 0Fax +49 (0)30 3087748- 29Mail [email protected] www.ibu-epd.com

    Programme holderInstitut Bauen und Umwelt e.V.Panoramastr 110178 BerlinGermany

    Tel +49 (0)30 - 3087748- 0Fax +49 (0)30 – 3087748 - 29Mail [email protected] www.ibu-epd.com

    Author of the Life Cycle AssessmentS+A Green LabAv.Infante Santo 69a1350 177 LisboaPortugal

    Tel +351 213 939 340/9Fax +351 217 120 511Mail [email protected]

    www.saraivaeassociados.com/pt/green-lab/

    Owner of the DeclarationAmorim Revestimentos, S. A.Rua do Ribeirinho 2024536-907 S. PAIO DE OLEIROSPortugal

    Tel +351 227 475 600Fax +351 227 475 601Mail [email protected] www.wicanders.com

    mailto:[email protected]:[email protected]